This is a scary line of thought.
don't think there's very many CGL people in my area. I don't want to come across as needy or annoying, but as a little I'm kind of needy by definition.
While distance is an acceptable criteria when considering a relationship with anybody, it should not limit your options in terms of deciding not to go through with proceedings.
The thought, “well I don’t feel comfortable with them but they are close and I’m a needy Little, so...” can lead to very unhappy feelings. For one, you wouldn’t naturally be giving them the positive feedback that comes from being in a relationship, and for other, it can make you unhappy, pressured about fulfilling expectations you don’t feel comfortable in fulfilling.
Also, we would like to point out that there are ways of expressing neediness and dependence that do not rely on physical presence. Taking our own example, having a regression age of mere months (0-8 months), we naturally have the need of having almost every aspect of our lives. However, we do our best to cope with our adult responsibilities while leveraging our needs with our long-distance relationship Mommy. We’ve been together for almost two years and the attention she gives throughout our days has helped keep our needy nature at bay.
Sorry for the mild sidetrack.
Anyway, we will reiterate a few sentiments expressed by Lena and LCB. We too feel that everything is going far too fast. If you barely discovered the community, if you are still learning a lot every day and finding your own stance, then we do not recommend you jump into a relationship, especially not one which you do not have familiarity in (poly).
If you do go through with them, then absolutely make sure that you understand their intentions and that you can have your intentions listened to. Always be on the same page. Do not let excitement lead you into a compromise, which later on when the infatuation ends you end up in an awkward situation.
Adding a little bit of exploration here. Littlespace is much more than partnering with a person/people. In fact, Littlespace is more about how a person identifies and has feelings of a person biological younger than them. The fact that there are people that identify as Caregivers and that complement that role is lovely, but Caregivers do not define what Littles are and Littles do not identify what Caregivers are.
It is definitely happy, encouraging, to have people supporting and validating your identity. But please, never forget that the validation you need should not completely depend on others. Otherwise, if you ever find yourself out of a relationship then you can end up doubting your own standing as a Little, which is detrimental.
It is important to value yourself as a person and respect the limits that you have, having them respected by others. Please be careful, in any and everything that you do.